The Employee Reliability Inventory (ERI®) is a pre-employment screening tool proven to improve the recruitment process and reduce employee turnover. The results are easy to understand and provide crucial details about an applicant's at work behavior such as courtesy, safety, job-commitment, and trustworthiness. Organizations use the ERI® integrity test to make behaviorally based, data driven employee selection decisions and improve the quality of their workforce.
With only 80 true/false items, the test can be completed in under 10 minutes by job candidates online and human resources can access the scores immediately.
The Employee Reliability Inventory is simple and straightforward for job applicants. The assessment can be completed online by the candidate using their mobile phone or computer prior to coming in for an interview. By concentrating on the specific work behavior problems identified by the results, your interviews and reference-checks will become more structured and focused. As a result, the ERI will help you evaluate job candidates in an efficient and economical manner.
An integrity test is a specific kind of personality test designed to assess an applicant’s tendency to be honest, trustworthy, and dependable. A lack of integrity is associated with counterproductive behaviors such as theft, absenteeism, and disciplinary problems. Integrity is strongly related to a candidate’s level of conscientiousness – which is a good predictor of overall job performance.
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